Wallace, PhD, F-ASHA, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS
Professor and Medical Speech-Language Pathologist
College of Allied Health Sciences
University of Cincinnati
B.S., Miami University, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Oxford, Ohio
M.A., University of Colorado, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Boulder, Colorado
Ph.D., Northwestern University, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Evanston, Illinois (Specialization: Adult Aphasia)
Licensure or Certification:
American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) Clinical Certificate of Competence (CCC/SLP)
Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences (ANCDS) Board Certification (BC) for practice with adults with neurologically-based communication disorders
License to practice Speech-Language Pathology – State of Ohio
License to practice Speech-Language Pathology – State of Hawaii
American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) – also current member of Special Interest Divisions (SID) #2, #13, and #14
Academy of Neurologic Communication Sciences and Disorders (ANCDS) – also, current Chairperson, Membership Committee
National Black Speech-Language and Hearing Association (NBASLH)
Ohio Speech-Language and Hearing Association (OSLHA)
Hawaii Speech-Language and Hearing Association (HSLHA)
Partial List of Publications:
Kent, B.P., and Wallace, G. L. (2006). Aphasia awareness among the Honolulu Chinese population. Hawaii Medical Journal, 65, 141-144.
Wallace, G. 2006. Blast Injury Basics: A Primer for the Medical Speech-Language Pathologist, The ASHA Leader, 11 (9), 26-28.
Wallace, G. and Creaghead, N. 2005. The University of Cincinnati’s Innovative Doctoral Program: Year End Updates. American Speech-Language and Hearing Association’s (ASHA) Academic and Administration, Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, ASHA Division 10, Vol. 7, No. 2.
Wallace, G., Westby, C., Tomoeda, C., and Davis-McFarland, A. 2005. Rationale and Membership Survey: the Need for Cultural Competence Training Among Speech-Language Pathology Professionals. American Speech-Language and Hearing Association’s Diversity Perspectives. ASHA Division 12 (April issue).
Partial List of Presentations:
Wallace, G. 2007. The Power of Plasticity: Nurturing the Brain’s Potential for Recovery after
Stroke and Aphasia. Invited paper presented to the Neurology and Neurosurgery Section,
National Medical Association (NMA) Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Wallace, G. 2006. WHO ICF-based Outcomes Profiling for People with Chronic Nonfluent
Aphasia. Miniseminar, American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)
Convention, Miami, Fl.
Wallace, G. 2005. A Discussion of the Mechanism of Blast Injuries, and Resulting Clinical
Profiles. Invited paper presented to the Neurology and Neurosurgery Section, NMA
Convention, New York, New York.
Wallace, G. 2005. Clinical Evidence Supporting Brain Plasticity in a Person with Chronic
Severe Nonfluent Aphasia. Cincinnati Translational Neuroscience Symposium, Cincinnati
Neurofest, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wallace, G., and Betts, D. 2005. Impact of Context on Dysphagia Management. Poster
presentation, Ohio Speech-Language and Hearing Convention, Columbus, Ohio.
University of Cincinnati Martin Luther King Scholarship Award for Special Service
Linda Campbell Distinguished Lecturer Award, Department of Communication Sciences, St.
Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 2002
ERRIS Grant Writers Workshop Fellowship Award, 2002
University of Cincinnati Sponsored Research Office Grant Writers Fellowship Award, 2000
Robert Woods Johnson Foundation Health Care Policy Research Fellowship semi-finalist (one of
twelve semifinalists for this competitive program whose participants are primarily comprised
of physicians from the United States and abroad), 2000
Scholar Mentor Award, National Black Association of Speech-Language and Hearing (NBASLH), 1999
(highest award of the Association)
University of Tennessee Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, 1995
Fellow, American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), 1992
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